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1. Na czele Wspólnoty stoi Lider. Lider prowadzi wspólnotę.

2. Lider i Ksiądz Opiekun są odpowiedzialni za Wspólnotę.

3. Lidera wspólnoty na kadencję czteroletnią wybiera Rada Wspólnoty, Animatorzy, Liderzy Diakonii i Ksiądz Opiekun.

4. Rada Wspólnoty, Animatorzy i Liderzy Diakoni muszą żyć na co dzień zgodnie z Zasadami Życia Wspólnoty Benedictus.

5. Ksiądz Opiekun powoływany jest przez ks. proboszcza parafii pw. św. M.M. Kolbe we Wrocławiu. Zadaniem Księdza Opiekuna jest troszczenie się o wierność nauce katolickiej wspólnoty i dbałość o formację Lidera, Rady Wspólnoty, Animatorów i Liderów Diakoni.

Ksiądz Opiekun współpracuje również z Liderem w celu ustalenia właściwej formacji dla całej wspólnoty.

6. ­­W podejmowaniu decyzji, w odkrywaniu zaangażowania wspólnoty, Liderowi pomaga Rada Wspólnoty. Radę Wspólnoty powołuje Lider na czas trwania swojej kadencji.

"Jezus Chrystus wczoraj i dziś, ten sam i na wieki" (List do Hebrajczyków 13:8)

     2000 lat temu Jezus Chrystus chodząc po Palestynie głosił Dobrą Nowinę każdemu człowiekowi. Naukę swoją potwierdzał znakami i cudami. Uzdrawiał chorych i uwalniał od złego Ducha. I dzisiaj Jezus Chrystus chce mówić do nas i chce nas uzdrawiać i uwalniać.

     Powiedział On swoim uczniom: "Idźcie na cały świat i głoście Ewangelię wszelkiemu stworzeniu!Kto uwierzy i przyjmie chrzest, będzie zbawiony; a kto nie uwierzy, będzie potępiony.Tym zaś, którzy uwierzą, te znaki towarzyszyć będą: w imię moje złe duchy będą wyrzucać, nowymi językami mówić będą;węże brać będą do rąk, i jeśliby co zatrutego wypili, nie będzie im szkodzić. Na chorych ręce kłaść będą, i ci odzyskają zdrowie»" (Ewangelia wg św. Marka 16, 15:18).

     W każdy trzeci wtorek miesiąca zapraszamy Ciebie na Eucharystię i nabożeństwo z modlitwą o uzdrowienie i o uwolnienie. Czekasz na cud? Przyjdź, zbliż się do Boga. On da Ci to, czego potrzebujesz.

 

Najbliższa Eucharystia 15.03.2016r.

o godz. 19.00 w kościele pw. M.M. Kolbe we Wrocławiu

 

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The shortcodes supports users to make content for web pages. In Joomla administrator, Yt Shortcodes button will be appeared below the text-area, you can choose shortcodes for the text-area to make content. We will show bonus pages for sample in some templates using shortcodes from now.

Note: Shortcodes only works in detail article (joomla! content, k2 content), custom html module.

YT Shortcode User-guide:

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Benedictus to znaczy - szczęśliwy, radosny, błogosławiony.

"Benedictus" to także pieśń w Ewangelii wg św. Łukasza 1,68-79 która jest wyzwaniem i obietnicą!
Zaczyna się słowami "Błogosławiony Pan, Bóg Izraela, bo lud swój nawiedził i wyzwolił"

 

Księgarnia - Kawiarenka B E N E D I C T U S

  • Zaprasza codziennie (oprócz śr.): 17.30-19.00
  • W niedziele: 10.30-14.00

Wspólnota BENEDICTUS

  • przy parafii pw. Św. Maksymiliana M. Kolbego we Wrocławiu
  • ul. Horbaczewskiego 20
  • 54-130 Wrocław
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